A group of activists who demonstrated on a runway at Heathrow airport have been told to expect jail time, a severity of sentence which has shocked many in the legal profession.
Narendra Modi will lunch with the Queen and headline Wembley Stadium in the first visit to the UK by an Indian leader in a decade. But his trip has been overshadowed by protest.
It's now more than a year since British citizen Andy Tsege was abducted in Yemen and locked up in a secret Ethiopian jail. His family says the UK government is not doing nearly enough to help.
The 3,000-strong Kalash tribe is thought to be descended from a rogue division of Alexander the Great's army. Now they're under intense threat from flooding that is destroying valleys in the Hindu Kush.
'We’re Meeting a Man with a Fuck-Off Huge Projector': Meet the Europeans Standing in Solidarity with Greece
While Greece is under pressure from Europe's major institutions and major creditors, normal people across the continent are showing support for the their Greek counterparts. VICE News met some of them.
The days when the British Empire ruled the world are long gone, and the UK is ever less important on the world stage. So why didn't politicians talk about it in the run-up to today's vote?
Some analysts say Muhammadu Buhari has truly changed since the days of his ruthless military rule. Others say his victory is simply a reflection of Goodluck Jonathan's failures.
While the candidates in Nigeria's election on Saturday have concentrated on the threat from Boko Haram, power problems are a huge worry for many citizens.
The latest footage of Andy Tsege attempts to counter suggestions that he is not being tortured in Ethiopian jail. But many, including his wife, are not convinced.
Feel-good stories about Rwanda oversimplify the supposed transformation of a country that once seemed without hope.
Morocco and Algeria are dangerous rivals. Both countries, particularly Algeria, see the Western Sahara as a place to play out a proxy war.
Russia is flexing its muscles in Ukraine, so we found out what it would really take to beat Putin's power in armed conflict.
“The arguments always revolve around two ideologies: Old Testament teachings and the belief that it's not African to be gay.”